After creating blog or tweet, people need to promote it and maintain it to readers to enter to the blog or tweet frequently. On this blog, I will discuss how to successful on your blog. Restaurant also need to do practice to their social media and try to promote their blog. Here are the best practices for blogging.
1. Grab the readers’ attention immediately – Catching readers’ attention is the first step. Let more customers access to my blog and start to promote blog.
2. Breakup your text with bullets and numbered lists – Everyone loves a list. If there is a way to organize your post with bullets and numbers, do it! This can let customers understand easily restaurants’ promotion.
3. Keywords matter –Try to brainstorm phrases you might want associated with your blog or company’s website. You can even try searching phrases before you write a title to see if anyone else has claim to them.
4. Write about what you know – Write about what you know, what you are passionate about, or what you feel most compelled to tell others. You’ve got the megaphone, use it wisely!
5. Refer to other blog posts and articles –Find something that caught your eye and you’d like to comment on? Write a blog post about it. You don’t have to agree with the other post you are referring to some of the best.
6. What do you read? – Shape your own blog posts and articles around things that you find interest in reading. Read blogs related to your industry and see what information you find most valuable. Chances are someone else will find the topic just as valuable.
7. Ask questions – Encourage interaction! Write something that will get people enthusiastic about commenting. Interacting with customers can restaurants understand customers need and want. Moreover, restaurants promote the better product in the market place.
8. Check back and often – It’s important to check in on your blog from time to time and see if there are any new comments you should respond to. Some commenting systems will also allow you to set up alerts when someone else has commented. Because of checking the customers’ comments or feedback frequently, restaurant can figure out customers’ need immediately. (Rickershauser, 2013)
Dan. R (2013) 10 best practices for corporate blogging. Retrieved from: http://www.campaignercrm.com/en/community/blog/crm/post/10-best-practices-for-corporate-blogging/